Passion of the Korean Martyrs:
- Petrus Chong Won-ji
- Ioseph Cho Yun-ho
- Ioannes Yi Yun-il
- The head of the Hungarian tribes during the 9th and 10th centuries. He was considered the sacred ruler of the Hungarians and possible their military leader or gyula as well. Hungarians today consider him the found of their country because of his role in conquering the Carpathian Basin. His dynasty would rule Hungary until 1301. At the dawn of his conquest, The Byzantines provoked Arpad into invading the Bulgarian Empire which he successfully defeated them. Although later the Bulgarians hired the Penchangs to raid Hungarian territory, this forced Arpad to look for a safer homeland across the Carpathian Basin. Soon Arpad conquered Transylvania and soon after authorized himself to conquer the rest of the Carpathian Basin. Once he had died, his body was buried in the City of King Atilla.
Wakhan Corridor, Afghanistan 2012
Photograph: Matthieu Paley http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/04/a-hard-life-on-the-roof-of-the-world/?_r=0#/1/